Clinical cases from our practice

Cervical osteochondrosis

The cervical spine is made up of 7 vertebrae. It is characterized by great mobility and provides a variety of head movements. When we occupy a cushioning working position for a long and long time, degenerative and inflammatory changes occur in the vertebrae and adjacent tissues. Over time, they deepen and press daily, and physical activity is a provocateur of symptoms such as: pain, stiffness, tingling, headache, blackness, dizziness. They can be associated with various pathological problems such as disc prolapse, disc herniation, spondylosis, spondyloarthritis and others. Timely care is crucial for this fragile and delicate area of ​​the human body.
ходило на пациент, залепено с кинезиотейп

V metatarsal bone fracture

Fracture of the V metatarsal bone – the smallest outer bone of the foot. Fracture can occur when pressing with twisting, inversion, as well as when applying great force to the back of the foot. It often occurs at a young age. It can occur in various work and domestic accidents. Sports such as ballet, rhythmic gymnastics and football are defined as risky.
Movement after immobilization plays an important role in the recovery of the affected limb and the avoidance of complications.

Scapula alta

Pterygoid scapulae (scapula alta) is a condition in which due to muscle imbalance the scapulae are incorrectly positioned. Characteristic is the separation of the outer edge of the scapula from the thorax and its rotation forward, whereby the lower scapular angle reflects.
Shoulder instability can involve shoulder girdle pain and dysfunction.
Prevention and treatment consists of analytical, properly constructed therapeutic gymnastics by a specialist – physiotherapist.

Shoulder fracture with metal osteosynthesis

We present you another shoulder, which we managed to restore in terms of muscle strength, range of motion and functionality …. Thank you for your trust.

диастаза на корема


In the photo, our patient was unsuccessfully treated with hardware physiotherapy for low back pain. During the examination and analysis of the posture, we diagnosed scoliosis, whose main treatment method is therapeutic gymnastics, not hardware therapy. After a correct selection of exercises on the second visit only a week after the first, the patient reported that there were no complaints.

Tenosynovitis of De Kerven

Kinesiotape applications are a good alternative to expensive and often unnecessary orthoses. They will not heat the site of local inflammation further. At the same time, they will stabilize the joint and have a beneficial effect on the affected soft tissues.
* In the photo we present a patient diagnosed with De Quervain.
рентгенова снимка на шипове

Spike on C3

Spikes are local overgrowth of bone tissue as a result of degenerative bone changes occurring in the joint capsules. Depending on the location / neck, lumbar spine, supporting joints, foot / there are also variations in the clinical picture, but pain is the leading syndrome.
An important focus of the healing process is the restoration of muscle balance, which will create conditions for normal arthrochemicals.
Фрактура на лакът


Trauma and a fall involving a blood vessel can cause a hematoma. The blood gets under the skin, between the tissues, squeezing them and causing pain, swelling and dysfunction. Recovery involves the breakdown and absorption of blood, which takes time and the color of the hematoma changes, going from blue, green to yellow. There is a risk of encapsulation and infection. That is why physiotherapy is needed. Health requires care – timely and adequate!

диастаза на корема

Shoulder joint endoprosthesis

Endoprosthesis of the shoulder joint is a rare surgical intervention because the joint is not load-bearing. In the photo we see a total prosthesis, in which all destroyed and worn surfaces (pit, head, wall) are replaced. The artificial joint is not able to fully compensate for the natural joint, but it can eliminate the pain and functionally improve the capabilities of the arm.

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